Terry Schroeder, D.C. (West, ’86), scored numerous goals during the course of a Hall of Fame career in which he was selected to four U.S. Olympic water-polo teams as a player (’80, ’84, ’88 and ’92), and participated in two other Olympics as a coach (’08 and ’12). Dr. Schroeder’s experiences during the course of qualifying and training for four Olympic games as a player, and, more recently, preparing for two Olympics as a coach, have taught him multiple life-lessons that have impacted him well beyond his athletic endeavors. He says he applies them every day, whether with patients in his practice or the players that he coaches.
The RSNA awards committee presented 28 Magna Cum Laude awards, 67 Cum Laude awards, and 302 Certificate of Merit awards, of which Dr. Skalski received five.
Earning the status of RCCSS© Fellow requires completion of a five-year postgraduate program, which entails more than 1,000 hours of study and care in the specialized field of clinical sports care, research, and publication, culminating with the requirement of passing the Fellowship Exam.
The American Chiropractic Association recently saluted Dr. Lisi’s distinguished career of service by presenting him with the “Chiropractor of the Year” award, the ACA’s highest honor, during special ceremonies at the annual House of Delegates meeting in Washington, D.C.
“I am always striving to be 'better than yesterday,' and I encourage others to do the same. Teaching people how to move properly is one of the best gifts a doctor can give their patients, and that’s one of the reasons I enjoy being a chiropractor: I get to help people move better while reducing the risk of injury and improving their overall performance, whether in sports or daily life.”